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It may seem obvious that you should treat your spouse as you would want him or her to treat you. Unfortunately, it's something that a lot of couples don't remember to do, especially the longer they’re married. For example, there is the issue of how to argue about money. It might be okay to complain about something that your partner or spouse is doing but it's not acceptable to use words that are patronizing or contemptuous. You should also not use negative labels like "irresponsible" to describe the other person's behavior. Always keep in mind the old saying that it's okay to hate the play but not the player. No matter how serious the disagreement becomes, try your best to stay civil and courteous. This is a much faster track to reaching agreement then would be a screaming fit.